Latest Analysis, Statements and Positions on Crisis - March 25, 2014

News | March 25, 2014

EWI offers a daily situation report on Ukraine's unfolding crisis, featuring key developments and links to analytical pieces from foreign policy experts around the world.  

Key Developments


Government Statements

G7 statement – The Hague Declaration,” The White House, March 24, 2014

Readout of the Vice President’s Call with Romanian President Traian Basescu,” The White House, March 24, 2014



Anthony Faiola, “A ghost of World War II history haunts Ukraine’s standoff with Russia,” The Washington Post, March 25, 2014

Sarah Dutton, Jennifer De Pinto, Anthony Salvanto and Fred Backus, “Poll: Most say U.S. doesn’t have a responsibility in Ukraine,” CBS News, March 25, 2014

Olena Goncharova, “Parliament names new defense minister as Turchynov calls Russia’s takeover of Criema ‘our general tragedy’,” Kyiv Post, March 25, 2014

Jim Acosta, “U.S., other powers kick Russia out of G8,” CNN, March 24, 2014

Crimea crisis: Russia and Ukraine hold first meeting,” BBC News, March 24, 2014

Jonathan Weisman, “Aid Package for Ukraine Advances in the Senate,” The New York Times, March 24, 2014

Jeffrey Lewis, “The Ukes and Their Nukes – Why the Bomb wouldn’t have helped Kiev protect Crimea from Russia,” Foreign Policy, March 24, 2014

Stephen M. Walt, “Would You Die For That Country? – Why the United States needs to think twice before calling Ukraine an ally,” Foreign Policy, March 24, 2014

Ian Brzezinski, “Three ways NATO can bolster Ukraine’s security,” The Washington Post, March 24, 2014             

Elisabeth Brocking, “Monitoring Moscow’s Victory – Why International Monitors in Ukraine Benefits Russia, Not the West,” Foreign Affairs, March 24, 2014


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